McFarlane Toys Movie Maniacs Series 3 Action Figure Shaft John Shaft
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The Movie Maniacs series from McFarlane Toys brings your favorite monsters, freaks and villains to life! This Series 3 John Shaft figure stands over 6 inches tall and comes with an official Movie Maniacs display stand.Based on the John Singleton remake of the classic 70s film, the 2000 version stars Samuel L. Jackson in the title role. The action figure looks serious and sinister in a long black trench coat.
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That said: this is REALLY a well-made action figure, if stiff in the limbs. It's solid, durable, has a really characteristic facial expression, has good classic clothing...you don't need to take this action figure as John Shaft if you don't want to (I don't - he inspires a character of my own in my fictional writing), but if you do, you can display him on an equally solid stand complete with a little commemorative poster. I must say that the stand is rather creepy, being based on the motif of piled skulls and bones; that has to do with the company that sponsors this commemorative edition (it specializes in horror movies, seemingly).